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Pacifism, which literally refers to making peace (from pace and facere) is often mistakenly understood as passivity.


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FURTHER READING

Pacifism in Europe to 1914 Peter Brock. Princeton.
Pacifism in the 20th century. Peter Brock, Nigel Young. Syracuse University Press.
Pacifism in Britain, 1914-1945: The defining of a faith. M Ceadel.
On war and morality. Robert L Holmes.
Pacifism: An Historical and Sociological Study D A Martin.
War, Conscience and Dissent. GC Zahn. Geoffrey Chapman.
The Pacifist Conscience Peter Mayer. Pelican
The Quiet Battle Ed Mulford Q. Sibley. Doubleday
Pacifism – an introductory perspective Hugh Underhill. Peace Pledge Union
Pacifism and the Just War. Jenny Teichman.Blackwell.

The above is a small selection of books that can be consulted in the PPU library. A fuller list can be seen here

 

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